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This is Primer 1 in a series of seven that will calmly introduce you to the very basics of HyperText Mark-up Language. I suggest you take the Primers one at a time over seven days. By the end of the week, you'll easily know enough to create your own HTML home page.
I say that because many people scoff at the notion that they can actually learn this new Internet format. I'm still amazed that the best-selling line of computer books calls its readers "Dummies.
Some of the smartest people I know love to proclaim themselves "Dummies" regarding every aspect of computers.
I think you'll do a whole lot better at your next cocktail party by handing out your home page address rather than laughing about how dumb you are about the Internet.
You Can Do This! I am assuming, however, some computer knowledge. You wouldn't be looking at this page without having some knowledge. To continue with these Primers, you will need A computer obviously 2. If you're looking at this page, you already have one.
If you look up at the title bar at the very top of your screen it will probably say the page title "Basic HTML: Introduction" and then your browser's name.
If you have those three things, you can write HTML with the best of them. Now here are a few questions you probably have: HTML does not use any specific platform. It works with simple text. More on that in a moment Must I be logged onto the Internet to do this?
More specifically, will learning this throw my cost for on-line way up?
You will write off-line. Do I need some sort of expensive program to help me write this? You will write using just what I outlined above. You can buy those programs if you'd like, but they're not needed.
I've never used one. Is this going to require I learn a whole new computer language like Basic or Fortran or some other cryptic, God-awful, silly-lookin', gothic extreme gobbledygook?
HTML is not a computer language. Allow me to repeat that in bold HTML is not a computer language! Let me break it down for you: Hyper is the opposite of linear.Oct 31, · How to Write an HTML Page.
In this Article: Preparing to Write Creating a Text Page Adding Links Adding Bullet Points Adding Images Saving the Document on Windows Saving the Document on Mac Community Q&A. This wikiHow teaches you how to create a webpage using HTML.
Some elements of your webpage can include text, links, and lausannecongress2018.com: K. lausannecongress2018.com is an HTML practice board. It is a free, fast, and easy way to practice your HTML skills.
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This text will also be used if a reader bookmarks your page, and in search engine listings, so take the time to write a unique title for each page.
The body section is the main part of your page.
HTML uses hundreds of different tags to define a layout for web pages. Most tags require an opening and a closing.